Three new LEGO games based on Legends of Chima

Show Topics In:
Posted 4:13pm on Wed 2 January 2013
VG_Staff
  • Posts: 29,152
00
Three new LEGO games based on Legends of Chima
A fantasy land inhabited by magical animal tribes.

Read News
Posted 4:13pm on Wed 2 January 2013
MJTH
  • Posts: 2,937
00
In response to Topic
A fantasy land inhabited by magical animal tribes.

Read News

» Go to VG_Staff's original post
A little of topic this, but I seriously don't know what Legend of Chima is supposed to be. It's litterally come out of no where from lego. I looked it up and it seems to be a traditional generic fantasy universe at first, so I thought it would be Lego the equivalent of "Lego city medieval universe" or something. But then it also has anthropomorphic character and race cars and other modern vehicles, some obvious oriental and Egyptian influences. Plus there are screen shots of a TV show or something for cartoon network.

Whatever it is, lego seems to want to really push the marketing of it, since I've never heard of it before now, and Lego hasn't official released any sets for it yet so I didn't just miss it.
Posted 5:24pm on Wed 2 January 2013
altaranga
  • Posts: 7,367
00
In response to MJTH's
A little of topic this, but I seriously don't know what Legend of Chima is supposed to be. It's litterally come out of no where from lego. I looked it up and it seems to be a traditional generic fantasy universe at first, so I thought it would be Lego the equivalent of "Lego city medieval universe" or something. But then it also has anthropomorphic character and race cars and other modern vehicles, some obvious oriental and Egyptian influences. Plus there are screen shots of a TV show or something for cartoon network.

Whatever it is, lego seems to want to really push the marketing of it, since I've never heard of it before now, and Lego hasn't official released any sets for it yet so I didn't just miss it.

» Go to MJTH's original post
I thought I saw some Chima Lego sets before Xmas (as I was browsing for my son) in Toys R Us. Maybe I was wrong.

I'm guessing this will replace the Nnjago stuff, which never really took off.
Posted 5:31pm on Wed 2 January 2013
rbevanx
    00
    In response to Topic
    A fantasy land inhabited by magical animal tribes.

    Read News

    » Go to VG_Staff's original post
    How was there no Lego 2012 London Olympics, they have pretty much done everything else now.
    Posted 10:53am on Thu 3 January 2013
    dav2612
    • Posts: 6,809
    00
    In response to altaranga's
    I thought I saw some Chima Lego sets before Xmas (as I was browsing for my son) in Toys R Us. Maybe I was wrong.

    I'm guessing this will replace the Nnjago stuff, which never really took off.

    » Go to altaranga's original post
    You weren't wrong.
    Posted 10:42am on Fri 4 January 2013
    coletrain
    • Posts: 258
    00
    In response to rbevanx's
    How was there no Lego 2012 London Olympics, they have pretty much done everything else now.

    » Go to rbevanx's original post
    They did have minifigures of 12 or so different athletes, such as a 2012 boxer, swimmer, weightlifter etc.
    Show Topics In:
    Quick Reply

    Login or register to reply to this topic

    Create a new account or login to take part in this topic discussion.
    View Full Site